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Please feel free to explore this research guide containing rich information on the wonderful topic of International Human Rights. Specifically, within the Inter-American System.
-Siomara M. Umaña
Siomara Marilu Umaña
"I had the privilege of taking a summer study-abroad course on International Human Rights, specifically within the Inter-American System, hosted by Santa Clara School of Law. After completing my 4 weeks of studies, I had the opportunity of being an intern (pasante) with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights."
This picture was taken at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, San Jose, Costa Rica
"The UN General Assembly proclaimed December 10 as Human Rights Day in 1950, to bring to the attention ‘of the peoples of the world’ the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations."
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